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3Gtms, LLC Secures $15M Financing Round

SHELTON, Conn., Sept. 20, 2021 -- 3G, a leading provider of a transportation management system (TMS) and advanced multi-carrier shipping software, announced today that the company has completed a $15 million financing round led by Sumeru Equity Partners, Hercules Capital, and existing investors. “We will be utilizing this capital to...
SHELTON, CT
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Area farm stands ready for pumpkin season

As the weather cools down, leaves change colors and Halloween decorations are put up, area farms that sell or grow pumpkins are ready. At Old Bishop Farm in Cheshire the pumpkin season is popular. “We’re like a fall destination for a lot of people,” said owner John Torello. “A lot...
CHESHIRE, CT
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Bigelow Factory Demolition Begins

A block’s worth of New Haven industrial history started disappearing as a city-hired demolition crew began tearing down four derelict former Bigelow Boiler factory buildings on River Street. Those four city-owned brick factory buildings make up a majority of the former industrial complex at 190-198 River St. — an industrial...
NEW HAVEN, CT
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Long Island Vegan Pop Up comes to local communities

Longtime friends David Lockworth and Jerry Laine launched last July the traveling Long Island Vegan Pop Up, a roving farmers market of sorts with alternating locations in both Nassau and Suffolk counties. After realizing how much time they had been spending in traffic traveling to Brooklyn, Queens or Manhattan just...
MANHATTAN, NY
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Shellfish shortage raises prices

WATERBURY, CT. (WFSB) - A UConn Extension Specialist said that shellfish farmers have been having issues from all the rain. This has caused a temporary change in prices. The Crazy Clam Digger in Waterbury said the shortage is affecting their quality of food and their ability to keep prices low.
WATERBURY, CT
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Growing a place in history: Italian American LIer's garden to become part of archive

In 2015, as Nick Ranieri tended his 100-by-100-foot garden in Mattituck, growing a veritable bounty that included artichokes, plum tomatoes, Swiss chard and fava beans, and grafting his own fruit trees — apple, peach, chestnut and others — the now-82-year-old Italian immigrant had no idea that a woman in Pittsburgh was on a mission to find and install him in the Smithsonian Institution.
MATTITUCK, NY
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Eversource crews return home from helping Louisiana residents recover from Hurricane Ida

BERLIN – Eversource Energy welcomed home local service men Thursday after they spent two weeks in Louisiana to help restore power following Hurricane Ida. Crews returned to Eversource headquarters in Berlin. The company sent more than 100 support staff from Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire as part of the mutual assistance network. The partnership is a collaboration of electrical companies from across the nation that help communities restore during emergencies.
LOUISIANA STATE